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The High Line brings nature back to Manhattan

The High Line is arguably one of the world’s best-known urban agriculture projects. Built on the elevated former New York Central Railroad in the Lower West Manhattan, the aerial greenway and public park provides a leafy 1.6 kilometre passage through the Meatpacking District, West Chelsea and Hell’s Kitchen/Clinton. 720 more words


Permaculture Futures: Green Up Top

Next in our lineup of Permaculture Design Course grads are Michael Zagoridis and Emma Bowen from Green Up Top – a social enterprise dedicated to farming pockets of Sydney’s inner-urban suburbs. 1,170 more words

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Developing Food Resilience

Moments occur in time that with hindsight can appear as an alternative path or as a spark of inspiration that if pursued can lead to opportunities and connections. 481 more words


The Urban Garden

Oy, I can’t believe it is halfway through summer. I had to stop by with some thoughts and make an inventory of what has been happening here lately. 911 more words


First Purple Barley Seed Harvest!

In the Fall of 2012, a friend sent along 25 purple barley seeds from his garden in BC. Last season we planted them at the Lift Lock Community Garden, and reaped close to 1000 more seeds a result of this seed saving trial garden. 173 more words

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Little City Gardens: by J

I spent another beautiful night at Little City Gardens. It’s one of the sweetest spots to see what can be done to produce food in a city. 33 more words